Deny SSH-users to read filesystem, except their homedirs?
Hi, this might be a question that belongs in the Security section, but it can also be n00b-question, but I rather want to be called a n00b in the n00b-forum than in the Security-forum :)
(But moderator, please move the thread if it placed in the wrong category)
Anyway, I've a server that runs FTP, DC-hub, Apache2+PHP4 etc etc.
All new users I add to the system are allowed to connect to the FTP, and their homedir is a sub-directory in the www-dir. BUT, they're also allowed to connect to the SSH-server, and browse the whole filesystem. The access via SSH is pretty fun when it makes it possible to use nmap and irssi or whatever through SSH.
BUT, I want them to stay in their homedirs.
Is this possible to perform in an easy way? I'm not really familiar with chmod (If it's nessasary).
Keyword you want to search on is chroot. ;)
Omg, sorry for a reaaally late reply from my side :)
Thanks alot mate :)
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